Dana Duke's photography on display at Alliance Gallery, Delaware Arts Center, through 4/23. 845/252-7576.
The red, white and blue sign that says “Let’s get frackin,’ Just pass the GAS!” is an obvious reference to the gas drilling debate that has raged through the region for the past three years. According to comments made at the Tusten Town Board meeting on March 14, the owner of the building, Ned Lang, considers it a matter of free speech. Read more
Sullivan County has long been thought of as a vacation spot for tourists from New York City. That was true way back in 1852, when a group of investors bought land now known as The Flats and Irish Hill in Narrowsburg with the idea that they would sell 200 lots, sized 50 feet by 100 feet, to city dwellers who could ride the Erie Railroad, which ran through the development, to reach their modest country properties. Read more
February 17 - As two Sullivan County law enforcement professionals watched quietly from the rear of the room, a subdued crowd listened intently to a presentation by Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) staff who traveled to Narrowsburg for an informational session requested by the Upper Delaware Council’s (UDC) Project Review Committee.
The special work session was scheduled to aid the UDC as it prepares written comments on the DRBC’s Draft Natural Gas Development Regulations. Read more
Tusten-Cochecton Public Library, Wed., 1-2pm, for ages up to 5, free. 845/252-3360.
Monthly gathering (1st Sat./mo.) featuring live music & special dishes by local cooking artists. Discuss gas drilling, upcoming events & Tusten Concerned Citizens at Tusten Town Hall, 6pm, BYOB. All welcome. 845/252-3518.
Knitters, stitchers & crocheters meet at Tusten-Cochecton Public Library, Mon., 6-8pm. 845/252-3360.
Learn, play & enjoy the secrets of chess at Tusten-Cochecton Public Library, Fri., 6-8pm, free. Open to all levels. 845/252-3360.
Tusten-Cochecton Public Library, 3rd Thurs./month, 6-8pm. 845/252-3360.